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Fully qualified, experienced & internationally registered practitioner offering consultations in Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent & Ascot, Berks and surrounding areas.


CONTACT INFORMATION  
   
Contact NameChristine Hemment
AddressKings Hill
West Malling ME19 4YU
Phone0800 0439 819
Mobile07769 970012
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Website http://www.christinehemment.com


SERVICES

Whether you need help with boosting your confidence, stopping smoking, coming out from under a cloud of depression or simply need some help relaxing then I know I can help you.

I am a fully qualified and experienced internationally registered practitioner. I trained at the Essex Institute of Clinical Hypnosis and am a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Hypnoanalyist, Psychoanalyst. and EFT Practitioner. I am also trained in Educational Kinesiology and SymbioDynamics and i am Master/Teacher level in Reiki. An Accredited member of the APHP, the Hypnotherapy Association, National Council Of Psychotherapists, AAMET in addition to being a Teacher member of the UK Reiki Federation and a member of The NHS Directory of Complementary and Alternative Practitioners and Complementary Therapists, plus a member of the IBS Register .

I practice within the West Malling, Kent area and I am also affiliated with a GP Practice in Ascot, Berkshire.


Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is the ‘Talking Therapy’ and can assist people to overcome emotional problems that are affecting the quality of their life. Most people experience emotional upset at some stage during their life and the upset is often resolved in time.

However, sometimes the problem and associated symptoms persist. By exploring the past and present we can identify how feelings from the past may have been triggered that you may not have been consciously aware of. Through this exploration we can look towards facilitating comfort, change and contentment

People experience emotional problems in many ways:

  • Feelings of anxiety and an inability to cope or concentrate
  • Feelings of emptiness, sadness or depression
  • Lack of confidence or feelings of underachievement
  • Difficulty in making or sustaining relationships, or repeatedly becoming involved in unsatisfying or destructive relationships
  • Extreme mood swings and undesirable behaviour
  • Difficulty in coming to terms with losses such as bereavement, divorce, or loss of a job
  • Physical symptoms
  • Eating disorders
  • Obsessional behaviour
  • Phobias
  • Stress and panic attacks


  • Hypnotherapy

    There have been many myths and misconceptions surrounding hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Would it surprise you to learn that the hypnotic state is actually a very natural one and one that you would go in and out of several times EVERY day.

    Hypnotherapy can be divided into two main methodologies, suggestion work and analysis. The method chosen for each client will be the one most appropriate for their needs and the therapy tailored to be the most beneficial to the client.

    Both types of therapy involve being hypnotised, which is when you are put in a gentle state of relaxation by following the sound of my voice and music.

    Hypnosis has been used to great effect in the therapeutic context for hundreds of years to facilitate change within the sub - conscious mind because this is where we store everything we have ever learnt or experienced in our lives and this can sometimes restrict us from moving forward or making changes in our lives. Hypnotherapy assists the conscious mind and the sub-conscious mind to work together in harmony as opposed to the normal daily conflict, therefore accepting changes that are for your benefit.

    Hypnotherapy can be used to bring about relief from a wide range of issues including stress, depression, anger, lack of confidence, public speaking, insomnia, nail biting, stammering, blushing, fears and phobias, smoking cessation, weight difficulties, pain control and many more issues.

    The General Medical Council (GMC) accepts Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy as a well established and proven therapeutic tool and a valid complement to medical practice.


    Service Categories
    Counselling, EFT, Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapy, Reiki, Spiritual Healing

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